The Indigo Girls brought soulful folk to the Scottish Rite

Indigo Girls | Photo by Chris Sikich |
Indigo Girls | Photo by Chris Sikich |

Last Thursday the Indigo Girls filled the packed Scottish Rite Auditorium in Collingswood, NJ with their soulful folk. Making up for a rained out show they were supposed to play last summer, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers wove their gorgeous voices and expertly crafted guitar riffs into a solid 21-song set.

There were the big hits with sing along moments for “Power of Two,” “Galileo” and closing song “Closer to Fine.” There was the sound of a mandolin and banjo among multiple other guitars that they expertly strummed. Ray and Saliers traded lead vocals throughout, with their sweet-edged soundsdelighting the crowd’s ears. Violinist Lyris Hung played alongside the duo for much of the night, adding memorable textures. And opener Lucy Wainwright Roche joined them on a few songs, including “Able to Sing.”

The bitter cold of January was no match for the Indigo Girls’ warmth. With a new album on the horizon, they are certain to soon add even more songs to the memory jukeboxes of their fans.

Get Out the Map
Sugar Tongue
Power of Two
Become You
Love of Our Lives
The Wood Song
Pendulum Swinger
Duane Allman
Able to Sing
War Rugs
Driver Education
Lay My Head Down
Land of Canaan

Share the Moon
Closer to Fine

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